My daughter and I visited Sedona a little over a year ago and loved it! We went to a bunch of the vortexes, but Cathedral Rock and the Airport vortex were our favorites. We both had very cathartic emotional responses at the airport vortex, some of which was difficult and uncomfortable, and some of which caused uncontrollable laughter. Cathedral Rock was phenominal, and unexplainable. Having grown up in New England, we both found ourselves overwhelmed and frightened and empowered by the beauty and vastness of the canyons.
Overall the trip was amazing, and I will treasure it forever, and hope to go back some day soon. We got a map and did it on our own, but there are many tours and guides available once you get there. Have fun!!
Interestingly enough, when we did this trip I accidently left my phone in my car at the airport parking lot garage, and then my daughter lost her cellphone in the airport terminal gate when we were leaving. We were both a lttle bit freaked out by not having our phones, and had to drive from Phoenix to Sedona late at night in complete darkness without any sense of security... the middle of nowhere! I think it might have been the Universe's way of telling us to relax and disconnect from the rest of the world for a few days. It worked out fine, because my daughter's boyfriend is extremely possesive and needy, but she was very limited to calling him from the hotel phone, and then when we got back to Providence her phone was at the lost-and-found at the Southwest terminal. My inbox was full, but we both definately survived a few days without our cellphones!
It was an incredibly memorable experience.
Last edited by wachusettgirl; 07-05-2009 at 02:46 AM.